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Overclockers UK Titan Neutron Micro-ATX Gaming PC (w/ GTX 1060)

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Rating: 9.0.

The exponential evolution of gaming graphics shows no signs of abating. We have already seen a plethora of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 cards (most recently from MSI), our second taste of the more modestly specified GTX 1060 comes installed in a complete system from Overclockers UK, the Titan Neutron Micro-ATX Gaming PC.

As the name implies, this is a Micro-ATX system rather than a full tower, which aims to pack as much gaming power into a relatively small space as possible, without breaking the bank. To this end, a Skylake-generation Intel Core i5 processor has been combined with 8GB of memory.

But the star of the show is clearly the NVIDIA graphics, which come in the shape of Gainward’s GeForce GTX 1060 Dual. All of this comes in at well under a grand inc VAT, so let’s find out whether the new 1060 can be the hub of a kick ass mini gaming rig on a budget.

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System Configuration:

  • Raijintek Styx Classic – Black Micro ATX Case.
  • 2.7GHz Intel Core i5-6400 Processor.
  • Asus H110M-K Intel H110 Motherboard.
  • Alpenföhn Sella CPU Cooler.
  • 6GB Gainward GeForce GTX 1060 Dual Graphics Card.
  • 8GB 2400MHz Team Group Elite DDR4 Memory.
  • 1TB Seagate 7,200rpm Desktop SSHD.
  • SuperFlower Golden Green 450W “80 Plus Gold” Power Supply.
  • Windows 10 64 bit.
  • 3 Years Warranty – 1st and 2nd Year Collect and Return, 3rd Year Labour only.

Price for this system (at the time of writing): £880 (inc. VAT)

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  • IrnBruGuru

    Not a PC gamer, googled it this popped up.

    I’m really considering getting a gaming PC but I haven’t had a PC for nearly 15 years and feel very out of touch.

    I know very little about processor info or things like that but I do know that PC gaming works out a hell of a lot cheaper.

    If I just wanted my games on PC just to look better than console what kind of set up will I need and how much is that gonna set me back?

    Balls out.

  • liammac001

    Well the most important factor for price is whether you want to build your own PC or whether you want to buy one.

  • IrnBruGuru

    Ok, I’d probably prefer to buy one, how much would that set me back for a gaming PC on level with or better graphics / frame rate than a ps4? But if I made one myself how much cheaper/expensive will that be?

  • liammac001

    To buy a pre built system thats significantly more powerful than a ps4 you would probably be looking at around $1000. Now i havent spent hours researching, but just based on knowledge of my market thats my guess. To build a pc thats better than a playstaion, you could build one for $500 that would beat it easily.

  • IrnBruGuru

    Ok so building one would make more sense, how would I get started?

  • liammac001

    Well first of all you’d want to watch a video on how to build a computer to make sure you feel comfortable with the steps involved. I’ll tell you right now its not that hard I did it when i was 12. Here’s a link to a good one: https://youtu.be/k1Q8ksRI1Eo

  • IrnBruGuru

    That’s awesome, best part about making my own would be even if it was over 500 to make I wouldn’t be spending it all at once itd be like little investments. That’s my new hobby thanks man.

  • liammac001

    Np. Just look up a build guide or something to find a list ot parts thats good for the price range your looking at, and your golden.

  • Benjamin Hojnik

    Guys, can you do a seperate review of the Gainward card ?
    It seems like a nice budget option.